In association with the CEO Action for Diversity and Inclusion™ — the largest CEO-led business coalition focused on advancing workplace diversity and inclusion in the U.S. — we’re sharing stories about how CEOs of the world’s leading companies are leveraging their voices and resources to narrow divides, expand opportunity and prioritize equality. CEO Action presents What's Working: D&I In Action, an exploration into how America’s corporate landscape is changing for the better.

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CEO Emily Weiss responded to the allegations of racism and a list of demands on her blog.
Black women are discriminated against for our names. The least you can do is learn them.
The typical interview is not a real predictor of success on the job.
Natural hair bias exists, and now there's proof that it affects the hiring process.
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Partners at Red Associates described Black women as “angry” and “scary."